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This Could Go Anywhere
In late 2019, English cricket legend and celebrity Phil Tufnell decided it was time to return to New Zealand and experience all that he missed of this beautiful country while touring in the 1990s. But he needed a tour guide, and all his mates insisted there was only one man for that job – and New Zealand cricket legend Brendon McCullum was up for it.
Sir John Kirwan spent 10 years in Japan playing rugby and coaching the national side, now he is returning to revisit his favourite places, catch up with old mates and experience a few things he never got to do. A Sky Original NZ production.
In the weird and wobbly world of Coronavirus lockdown, reclusive tech expert, Rose, is working from home while another wave of infection sweeps the country. Shutting out human contact, Rose spends her time bombing stranger’s video calls and trying to avoid conversations with her annoying flatmate Adrian.
The Red Stag Timber Hunters Club S6
This season, the team travel further than ever before in search of adventure, all the way from the outlying islands of the Tongan Archipelago to the very southern tip of Stewart Island.
Demolition NZ S2
Demolition teams across New Zealand work together to bring down the colossal, the difficult, and the dangerous. We take you behind the barriers and show you the problems that demolition teams face daily - and some more unusual conundrums as well.
Living with Tourette’s S3
Living With Tourette’s is an exciting, inspiring documentary series, featuring six New Zealanders with Tourette Syndrome as they try to make their way in a world that would rather see them hidden away.
Honey Wars follows the fortunes – and misfortunes – of the Murray family, the force behind Tai Tokerau Honey, a whānau-owned and operated honey business based in the far north of New Zealand.
Artefact is an exciting 6 part series presented by Dame Professor Anne Salmond. Artefact takes viewers on adventures through time with a focus on artefacts and taonga at the heart of gripping and often surprising historical dramas.
Living With Tourette's S2
Tourette’s Syndrome is an incurable disorder causing uncontrollable verbal outbursts and physical tics. These can make it impossible for sufferers to work, make friends, or even go to the shops.
How To Eat With Simon Gault
Kiwi chef Simon Gault is on an expedition to find out how we eat and what it does for our health. Journeying to the Greek Islands and Turkey, Simon investigates the benefits of the Mediterranean diet.
Go Further South
On board with Christchurch-based Heritage Expeditions, Go Further South picks up where Go South left off. A 12-hour long hop across the Sub Antarctic islands and along the Ross Sea coast as far south as Scott Base, Antarctica.
New Zealand's Air Force - Then And Now
In commemoration of ANZAC Day, New Zealand’s Air Force – Then & Now, provides a rare chance to get airborne with the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) and get a glimpse into the everyday life of pilots in our military.
The Changing Face of the NZ Dairy
Dashing down to the local dairy has long been a Kiwi institution. This documentary examines the evolution of the dairy and the impact it has had on migrants looking to find their place in New Zealand.
Making New Zealand S3
For the early settlers and those who followed this wild and isolated country, Aotearoa was a world away from anything they knew. Yet somehow they laid the foundations for the nation we live in today.
Help Is On The Way
Help Is On The Way is the story of the Kiwi ingenuity and bravery that resulted in 36 people being rescued from the upper floors of the 26-storey Hotel Grand Chancellor.
The Chills: The Triumph and Tragedy of Martin Phillips
The story of lyrical genius Martin Phillipps and The Chills is a cautionary tale, a triumph over tragedy, and a statement about the meaning of music in our lives.